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benchmark index

[′bench‚märk ′in‚deks]
(industrial engineering)
In manufacturing and mining, an index designed to reflect changes in output occurring between census years.
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A report issued by Elixir Securities noted that the benchmark index met some resistance at the 44K level.
Meanwhile, market analyst Tony Kamal said in a research note that the benchmark index will continue its rise after hitting a new record.
NorwayAaAaAeAeAaAaAeA@'s sovereign wealth fund has proposed divesting all oil gas companies from its benchmark index to make it less vulnerable to oil price fluctuations, according to Bloomberg.
The award was issued at the 11th Annual Customer Experience Benchmark Index (CEBI 2015) organised by Ethos Integrated Solutions.
The Bank Benchmark Index (BBI) Awards were created by Ethos Consultancy in 2005 with the aim of providing the banking industry with a methodology of benchmarking their products and services against the competition to drive continual improvement.
However, on November 18, the benchmark index closed flat -- down 14.
China Mobile was a big boost to the benchmark index, adding 0.
The OMX Stockholm Benchmark index is reportedly a popular Swedish benchmark index for institutional investors.
Summary: The BSE benchmark index today Sensex declined by over 77 points in early trade due .
Summary: DUBAI: United Arab Emirates shares fell, sending Dubai's benchmark index to an almost two-week low, on speculation recent gains are overdone and as oil declined for the first time in four days.
This index would expand the local market coverage of existing Barclays Capital inflation-linked benchmark index platform and would provide both international and domestic investors a transparent and rules-based benchmark of the Israel inflation-linked government bond market.
National-100 index, benchmark index of the Istanbul Stock Exchange (IMKB), increased 0.